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Johann Hari
Lost Connections
Johann Hari uncovers the real causes of depression – and the unexpected solutions. 

From the New York Times bestselling author of Chasing the Scream: The First and Last Days of the War on Drugs comes a startling challenge to our thinking about depression and anxiety.

Award-winning journalist Johann Hari suffered from depression since he was a child and started taking anti-depressants when he was a teenager. He was told – like his entire generation – that his problem was caused by a chemical imbalance in his brain. As an adult, trained in the social sciences, he began to investigate this question – and he learned that almost everything we have been told about depression and anxiety is wrong.

Just as Chasing The Scream transformed the global debate about addiction, Lost Connections will lead us to a very different debate about depression and anxiety – one that shows how, together, we can end this epidemic.

Lost Connections offers a wonderful and incisive analysis of the depression and alienation that are haunting American society.’ – Hillary Clinton

Event details

When: Friday 11 May, 6.00pm – 7.15pm
Where: Byron Theatre, 69 Jonson St, Byron Bay. Google Map
Tickets: $20 Members / $25 General

About Johann Hari

Johann Hari is the New York Times bestselling author of Chasing the Scream: The First and Last Days of the War on Drugs. He was a columnist for the Independent in London for nine years and was twice named Newspaper Journalist of the Year by Amnesty International UK. He has written for the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Guardian, Le Monde, Slate, the New Republic and the Nation. He has been awarded the Comment Award for Cultural Commentator of the Year by Editorial Intelligence, and has been named Journalist of the Year by Stonewall. Hari lives in England.


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